The Land Rover has long been a favourite of the Royal family both for State occasions and as a private vehicle. In 1948 the 100th car produced was presented to His Majesty King George VI, and the relationship has continued ever since.
This 110" station wagon was the private car of Queen Elizabeth II. Used on Crown estates Sandringham and Balmoral, it was ideal for rural transport and Royal pursuits.
The car is fitted with special equipment, leather seats, a special radio system and is finished in dark green paint to Queen Elizabeth II's choice. With grab handles and footsteps, it is suitable for shooting and fishing trips.
It was retired in 2001 and replaced by a new model.